Homogeneous economic-environmental monitoring methodlogy for the study of complementarities and similarities between alternative processes (bio-methanisation and composting) by means of physical-chemical and agronomic full-scale analyses.
Technology will be developed for the production of concrete building materials using polymer waste and inert fillers. In composite concrete a melted polymer will be used as a binding substance instead of cement and will be implemented in waste recycling companies.
Research and development of a process for recovering and recycling materials coming from end-of-life car shredding residue that nowadays go to landfill, against the background of eu directive 2000/53/ce and the kyoto agreement.
The general objective is to solve the slaughterhouse waste valorisation of high keratin content by means of applying environmental friendly technologies allowing to obtain biogas and new fertilizer products for farming application.
All the countries with operative nuclear plants regulate re-racking of spent fuel pools. At present this re-racking is made through high cost operations for racks manufacturing and in-situ re-racking, with high personnel costs. This project is focused to develop a more competitive re-racking system.